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Obi-dient Children; We Shall Sit Back & Watch Things Play Out
I can remember around eight years ago; we were all screaming to keep Buhari out of Nigerian presidency, it fell on deaf ears. Britain was busy sanctifying him with Archbishop of Canterbury. David Cameron and Obama were so happy of having him onboard. That even after his election, he travelled all the way from Nigeria to UK (10 Downing Street) unannounced to see David Cameron. At the time, foreigners were so happy that a stupid and uneducated man is going to rule Nigeria and the luck will be on their side when Buhari starts slipping up. Eight years on, this time round, there will be election, Nigerians were unconcerned, they don’t care as what occurs or who wins, the damage has been done already by Buhari and his administration. Foreigners are now pleading with Nigerians to vote for Peter Obi. They are worried that if PDP is elected, another Fulani man acting like Buhari will continue from where he left. Thus, the wind that is blowing now in Nigeria might get to their country. And if APC wins, think of those diplomatic immunity bags flying around the world with drugs, cocaine or other substance.
The problem with Peter Obi is that you don’t want to jump from frying pan into fire if you’re from the South east. He told us when he was a Governor, how all his IGP came from the North. He talked about having factories in the North with export processing point there. From the way he is talking about things, you could conclude that all his plan is for the North initially and South secondary. And this is the mistakes all leaders in Nigeria including British made. If Peter Obi targets using the south first, he will boost Nigeria economy, and make Nigeria a successful country within the next five years. On the other hand, if he targets using the north first, then he will elevate Nigeria within the next ten years. If Peter Obi starts from the south east, within six months or under a year, he would have fixed most major roads and perhaps coupled with one or more ports. This will draw the attention of the investors. The factories he talked about in the north will be producing and transporting to the south east. He doesn’t need to export anything as longer as the product quality is good and price is right, importers from Africa or elsewhere in the world will source the products and that will eliminate import/export burden.
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Obi-dient Children; We Shall Sit Back & Watch Things Play Out
I can remember around eight years ago; we were all screaming to keep Buhari out of Nigerian presidency, it fell on deaf ears. Britain was busy sanctifying him with Archbishop of Canterbury. David Cameron and Obama were so happy of having him onboard. That even after his election, he travelled all the way from Nigeria to UK (10 Downing Street) unannounced to see David Cameron. At the time, foreigners were so happy that a stupid and uneducated man is going to rule Nigeria and the luck will be on their side when Buhari starts slipping up. Eight years on, this time round, there will be election, Nigerians were unconcerned, they don’t care as what occurs or who wins, the damage has been done already by Buhari and his administration. Foreigners are now pleading with Nigerians to vote for Peter Obi. They are worried that if PDP is elected, another Fulani man acting like Buhari will continue from where he left. Thus, the wind that is blowing now in Nigeria might get to their country. And if APC wins, think of those diplomatic immunity bags flying around the world with drugs, cocaine or other substance. The problem with Peter Obi is that you don’t want to jump from frying pan into fire if you’re from the South east. He told us when he was a Governor, how all his IGP came from the North. He talked about having factories in the North with export processing point there. From the way he is talking about things, you could conclude that all his plan is for the North initially and South secondary. And this is the mistakes all leaders in Nigeria including British made. If Peter Obi targets using the south first, he will boost Nigeria economy, and make Nigeria a successful country within the next five years. On the other hand, if he targets using the north first, then he will elevate Nigeria within the next ten years. If Peter Obi starts from the south east, within six months or under a year, he would have fixed most major roads and perhaps coupled with one or more ports. This will draw the attention of the investors. The factories he talked about in the north will be producing and transporting to the south east. He doesn’t need to export anything as longer as the product quality is good and price is right, importers from Africa or elsewhere in the world will source the products and that will eliminate import/export burden.

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